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Hotmail.com Login

Hotmail login

The process to sign in to Hotmail is very simple. You can get access to your Hotmail inbox in a matter of minutes.

  • Visit the mail.live.com or hotmail.com or outlook.com home page from your preferred web browser. You can access the Hotmail domain from any of these domains.
  • You will be led to the sign in page of outlook.com.


  • In the Windows Live Hotmail page, you will see two sections on the screen. The right hand side is where you need to enter your credentials if you already have a Hotmail account. If you do not have one, you should move on to the left hand side to sign up for a new Hotmail account.

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Procedure To Sign Up Hotmail

If you want to use Hotmail, the email service from Microsoft then you needs to know the procedure to sign up to enjoy the Hotmail service. Hotmail has been rebranded as Outlook.com and hence you will be directed to the interface of Outlook.com, even if you try to sign up using the Hotmail website. The process involves filling the registration form with required personal data and choosing a username and password for your Hotmail account. You can complete the process of signing up by providing proof for you are a human and not a robot.  Hotmail has a simple interface and a solid security system, abundant choices for customizing your account. Here is the sign up guide for Hotmail.


You can go to the home page of Microsoft’s MSN (www.msn.com)and can choose Outlook.com to register your account or you can go to http://hotmail.com or http://outlook.com directly.

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Hotmail Sign In Tips

Keeping Hotmail safe  

There are many tips and tricks that you might not be aware of that will help in keeping your Hotmail account secure from hackers. Following these tips and tricks will help you in many ways to keep your account from being hacked.

  • If you are using the Hotmail email service in public places like cafes, schools, etc. or if you are using a computer that you share with others, then it is vital that you activate the singe use code option offered by Hotmail. By activating this option for your account, you will be getting a code sent to your mobile phone every time you attempt to make a Hotmail sign in. You have to use this code instead of the password to log in to your account. Access to the inbox will only be allowed if sign into the account is made using this single-use code.


  • It is important that you type the URL of the Hotmail website www.hotmail.com whenever you want to sign into your account. It is important that you do not click any of the links from newsletters or emails that you receive in your inbox to access your account. These might be the work of hackers trying to get access to your account credentials.

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How Creating A Hotmail Account In Steps?

Steps involved in Hotmail account creation

  • Open your favorite internet browser and type www.hotmail.com or www.outlook.com in the address bar.
  • You will be taken to the Outlook.com official sign in page. You need to look for the “Sign Up Now” option and then click on it.


  • You will be directed to the Microsoft One Account creation page.
  • Here, you will come across the Hotmail account creation form.
  • The first thing on the form is the space to fill your name. Make sure you enter your first and the last name in the appropriate type boxes.

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Hotmail vs Gmail.com

Benefits of Gmail

  • Gmail offers a user friendly interface to compose and read messages.
  • You can create customized labels you want in Gmail and there are no restrictions on the number of labels you can create.
  • You can import contacts to Gmail from any email account you have.
  • There are mail filters to prevent mails from specific domains or senders.
  • Gmail offers a chat function through Google Talk, where you can chat with online contacts through text, audio or video.
  • Option to classify the mails you receive on its priority or importance.



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